Jordan Crawford traded to Golden State Warriors

Jordan Crawford

Jordan Crawford
Jordan Crawford (AP)
Hours after learning that the Brooklyn Nets were one of many teams interested in acquiring Boston Celtics guard Jordan Crawford, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reports that the Warriors have acquired Crawford and former Nets guard MarShon Brooks in a three-team deal. The Nets could not have traded for Brooks, per a rule in the CBA that forbids teams from trading for players they’ve traded within one year.

To complete the trade, the Warriors sent Toney Douglas to the Miami Heat, with the Heat sending center Joel Anthony, a lottery-protected first-round pick (via Philadelphia), and a second-round pick to Boston Celtics. If the first-round pick is not conveyed by 2015, it becomes two second-round picks.

The Nets never seem to be out of the trade market, and if another offer pops up to potentially bolster their backcourt, I’m sure they’ll take a look.